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Zanu PF turns Culture Month launch into party event

The  National Culture Month  which is running under the theme Promoting Cultural Diversity Unity and Peace  was held in Chief Siansali’s area.
By Sharon Sibindi 20h ago

Mnangagwa to announce 2023 election dates on Monday

Mnangagwa made the announcement while officiating at the commissioning of classroom blocks at Mabobolo Secondary school in Binga today.
By Online Reporter May. 27, 2023

Travelling & Touring: Good morning Binga

Binga Rural District Council (BRDC) through its chief executive officer Joshua Muzamba, has in the past few years been advocating for such a feat and their dreams are soon to be realised.
By Burzil Dube May. 14, 2023

Minister petitioned over Binga chieftainship wrangle

In a letter dated May 11, directed to Moyo through his lawyer Dumisani Dube from Dube Legal Practice, Peter Mwembe told the minister that he was the rightful heir to the position of Chief Binga.
By Silas Nkala May. 14, 2023

Binga tourism documentary on cards

The 25-minute-long video documentary details Binga’s major tourist and business opportunities.
By Obert Siamilandu May. 11, 2023

Two perish in bus accident

Passengers Association of Zimbabwe president Tafadzwa Goliath yesterday said they were concerned by the rising road accidents on the country’s roads.
By Obert Siamilandu Apr. 17, 2023

Dangerous animals force children out of schools

In remote and marginalised areas where human wildlife conflict is rife, there is a critical shortage of teaching staff while in some instances; children are forced to learn under trees.
By Edgar Gweshe and Tapiwa Zivira Apr. 9, 2023

Community engagements to ease human wildlife conflict

Her experience is nothing new for communities living adjacent to wildlife sanctuaries, a key factor contributing to increased food shortages in dry and hot areas of the country.
By Martha Katsi Apr. 2, 2023

Without ICT infrastructure, Binga e-learning is just a pipe dream

A contemporary ICT-based curriculum is incorporated into the current primary and secondary education strategy.
By Calvin Manika Mar. 11, 2023